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Top-secret Nazi ‘A-to-Z of Britain’ gives detailed insight of Hitlers plans of invading and settling down in Britain

When the Fuhrer gave the marching orders on May 10th 1940, the German forces seemed unstoppable from invading and occupying most of Europe as they…

Adolf Hitler Planned To Destroy The Manhattan Skyscrapers During WWII – Years Before Osama Bin Laden

The Fuhrer not just wish for world domination. He was specifically obsessed with the vision of the destruction of America’s city, New York. Adolf Hitler…

Top-secret Nazi ‘A-to-Z of Britain’ gives detailed insight of Hitlers plans of invading and settling down in Britain

When the Fuhrer gave the marching orders on May 10th 1940, the German forces seemed unstoppable from invading and occupying most of Europe as they…

Crafty Gadgets and Famous Spies of WWII

James Bond truly isn’t the only legendary spy out there. The Imperial War Museum of London proudly displays the gadgets used by famous spies during…

Mystery revolves around missing decorated WW2 submariner

Last fall, a hunter found of priceless treasures at the base of a tree in a forested area in Mena, Arkansas. The box contained military…

“Iron Harvest” continues to clear deadly World War I remnants beneath the fields of Flanders

It has been a century since the First World War. The brutal clashes and exchanges of gun fires of the Great War are but a…

St. Paul’s commemorate WWI with crosses bearing models of war torn towns

  St. Paul’s Cathedral proudly displays in its walls at the entrance two large crosses featuring models of war torn towns. The white crosses are…

From cradle to grave, the tale of the inseparable couple from war to death

                    Bert and Mary Barnsley were simply inseparable. From the moment of birth to their last…

Remains of WWII fallen soldier identified to be PFC Gordon and will finally come to rest in his hometown

His family thought he was dead. He was reportedly killed in combat on August 13, 1944 when the U.S. Forces failed in their mission to…

Police officer charged with felony for the death of WW II veteran at nursing home

Park Forest Police Officer Craig Taylor was recently charged for accidentally shooting repeatedly to death a World War II veteran using a bean-bag gun at…

How the Unknown Warrior came to be the symbol of the Great War’s fallen heroes

THE UNKNOWN WARRIOR AT WESTMINSTER ABBEY, LONDON, 11 NOVEMBER 1920 © IWM (Q 31493)   He was chosen to become a symbol of his fallen…

IWM exhibit for WWI anniversary to display first flag to be raised in Gallipoli

  It evidently went through a very fierce battle. The battered flag, once fresh and colorful, is now faded, frayed and stained. It was no…